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Why Partner the Water?

Why does anyone get into permaculture? I could list many reasons, starting with three – to provide long-term food in a way that restores the land rather than depleting it; to work with, rather than against, natural processes (thus reducing the workload greatly); to create a self-sustaining mini-ecosystem that supports many forms of life, not just human… 760 more words


Taylor Frac - Taylor, Jackson County, Wisconsin - Full-on frac sand

“The 500-acre mine in Jackson County sits atop the Wonewoc Formation, a premier source of the most sought after frac sand.”

Full-on frac sand By… 20 more words

Frac Sand

Trans-Pecos Pipeline May Benefit Hillary Clinton via Carlos Slim

If you support the Trans-Pecos Pipeline, you are also supporting Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton and the Clinton Foundation. Carlos Slim, the Mexican multibillionaire behind the pipeline, funnels millions of dollars to the Clintons and their fronts. 219 more words

The desert blinked

On the plain in the north western corner of the Karoo National Park there is a silence deeper than churches and libraries.

The quiet is so vast that my brain fills it with the noise of it’s own being. 371 more words


#Fracketeering: Solutions for the Society of Control

My colleague Adam Briggle has been very active intellectually and politically with local bans on fracking in my hometown of Denton. In a dialog we had recently, I mentioned to him that fracking bans–and the ban on bans–could be read differently than helping the oil and gas industry at the expense of local townships. 845 more words


Governor Jerry Brown BETRAYS California Residents, Ignores Geoengineering Causes Of Historic California Drought

California Governor Has Received Evidence
Proving Drought Was Geoengineered

Californians Accuse Gov. Brown of Willful Neglect, Question Why He Permits Massive Chemtrail 322 more words
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“Damn fracking,” mumbled McAllister. He stared at the red water in the little creek. “First they cause an earthquake, then they pollute the groundwater. Now something’s using my farm as a fast food highway.” 258 more words

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